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Plan Your Winter Wedding in Westchester With These Romantic Trends

Sean Gallery

Discover 11 wedding trends brides and grooms should embrace this season for an elegant, festive celebration no one will ever forget. 

Winter weddings can be unpredictable — even in the best of years; who knows when a Nor’easter will roll into town? — but off-season pricing makes them an appealing option in one of the country’s most expensive wedding markets. Of course, for cold-weather-loving couples, this time of year is more than just savings: Embracing the season brings tons of cozy, romantic touches and snowflake-inspired sparkle.

Ready to plan your perfect winter wedding in Westchester? These 11 inspiring trends will get you started.

1. Set the tone for a cold-weather celebration with snowflake details on your invitation suite.

Vanessa Joy Photography

2. Then carry the motif over to the seating cards.

Annabel Braithwaite/Belatheé Photography

3. Or choose a dress with sheer, snowflake-inspired lace.

4. Don’t be afraid to throw on a pair of weather-appropriate shoes. A cozy fur stole adds a touch of vintage glamour.

Annabel Braithwaite | Belatheé Photography

5. Or bundle up with a soft-but-structured coat, knit scarf, and white gloves.

Vanessa Joy Photography

6. Add some texture to a bridal bouquet by adding an intentionally messy mix of winter branches and berries.

Joshua Brown Photography

7. One advantage of early sunsets: tables bathed in candlelight.

8. Of course, the sweetheart table belongs in front of the fire.

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Vanessa Joy Photography

9. Instead of accenting your cake with out-of-season blooms, stick with winter-appropriate pinecones.

10. Send guests home with hot cocoa mix and tiny marshmallows.

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Annabel Braithwaite | Belatheé Photography

11. If a blizzard does hit, embrace it. It makes for the most romantic photos you’ll look back on for years to come.

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Sean Gallery

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